Dracula, Death of Nosferatu

Adapted by Christopher P. Nichols

Every Saturday & Sunday, September 18 – October 31

This version of the Gothic classic tells the complete story of the romantic monster from the Carpathian Mountains near the Borgo Pass. The action is continuous and the excitement is nonstop after Van Helsing’s entrance at the opening. The old professor has come to the aid of his friend and student, Dr. Seward, at Whitby Asylum in England. Mina Murray is suffering from a mysterious ailment which threatens to postpone her marriage to Jonathan Harker. Van Helsing has come fresh from scientific detective work in London investigating a frighteningly similar case. Very soon the beast joins them, and he is most serious about his plans for Mina. But the unholy vampire has met his final match in Van Helsing and friends.

*All tickets subject to service fees

Theatre Hike Information:
During this Arts in the Open production, you will be hiking along a moderate trail. The hike for the show is about 2 miles round trip from picnic pavilion back to picnic pavilion.

  • The trail is the Enchanted Mesa Trail and the McClintock Cross Over trail.  They are well maintained, but have loose rocks and areas of single file travel.  The overall trail is moderate in difficulty.
  • There are 6 scenes and the show will be approximately 2 hours with a hike and scenes.
  • The play is suggested for people 10 and up due to violence and content.

What To Bring:
We encourage all audience members to wear proper hiking attire and shoes. Check the weather forecast to dress appropriately. We also recommend you bring:

  • water
  • snacks
  • hats
  • umbrellas
  • sunscreen
  • blankets to sit on and/or lightweight camping chairs.

There will be water and granola bars available for a suggested donation.

 

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